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. we learn just a few hours ago governor jerry brown is battling cancer and is being treated here in the bay area. we spoke on the phone with the press secretary who told uses 74-year-old governor has early stage prostate cancer and being treated with radiation. the governor brown's prognosis is excellent and is set to attend an event tomorrow. deunder went minor surgery last year to remove a cancerous growth on his nose. we're talking to doctors about the cancer that affects many. we'll have the full story on the sock news. >>> and what happened the moments before two people were left bound and gagged on sunday in the middle of a san francisco street. four of the five suspects of homicide case have entered not guilty pleas today. the investigator say the group assaulted 26-year-old steven read and audri prada. they were dumped unbraces l street reid later die. ed. prosecutorrers not sure what sparked the violence but they say it was not a random act. >>> the man accused of kidnapping and killing morgan hill teenager is fastening charges. 21-year-old garcia torres was arraigned on
to the hospital, one giving cpr. the baby is the hospital now and breathing on his own. >>> jerry brown expected to show up for an event. announced he has prostate cancer. also a fundraiser for homeless children. the governor has not made any appearances. he's keeping a full work schedule while undergoing treatments. >>> united nations ambassador susan rise with drew her name for the next consideration for security of state. deeply regrets the unfair and misleading attacks on her. rice has been -- rather than being a terror attack. senator john carry is now the first choice when hillary clinton leaves. >>> we have video here of john boehner leaving for that white house meeting with the president. the two are attempts to negotiate a budget deal. finger pointing from both sides continues. >> the president still isn't serious about dealing with this issue here. it's this issue. spending. >> speaker boehner can't ignore the american people forever. at some point reality should set in. >>> january 1st is a deadline. if republicans and democrats fail to reach an agreement, spending cuts and tax increa
. they want governor jerry brown to sign the trust act by assemblyman tom which would provide some protection to immigrants. >> in the cold today people rallied with song and signs. they're upset about the ice program called secure communities, which has led to the detainment and deportation of undocumented immigrants, many who have not committed serious crimes. a program which critics say is tearing families apart. >> you know, just like other families. we loef each other. we support each other. >> a college student allow today stay in the u.s. through deferred action but her parents have received a deportation order for december 30th. she and her parents came from indonesia on tourist visas when she was 11 years old and she has no one but her parents here. >> hopefully we can support each other here because it's only the three of us in the faement. >> today the group called on governor jerry brown to sign the trust act. the bill state that is law enforcement officers do not have to comply with federal ice request to detain undocumented immigrants who have not been convicted of a serious or
brown has indicated that he will be a check on legislative democrats when it comes to raising taxes. and the super majority could be short lived with several members leaving their seats in april, so there could be a rush to get things done once lawmakers return in january. in men to, ken pritchett, ktvu news. >>> president obama speaks about chemical weapons. >> there will be consequences and you will be held accountable. >> syria cently moved its stock pile of weapons. the president stole told syria's president the world is watching. secretary of strait clinton called it a red line for the u.s. neither she nor the president said what action the u.s. might take. >>> health experts say the flu season is off to its earliest start in 10 years and it is shaping up to be a bad one. the cdc said except every state except vermont is showing signs of the flu. they recommend getting a flu shot. there is a free clinic tomorrow. >>> scientist meeting in san francisco today unvailed a new technology that could help better predict storms. it keeps track of the pineapple express winter storms. th
. >>> and lots of smiles at mother brown's dining room as santa himself handed out toys to hundreds of boys and girls. there were enough toys for 2,000 children. the same number given out last year. santa is going to be busy at glide memorial church with the give away there. >>> even the leaders are calling it truly extraordinary. the generous gift for one zoo and the mystery behind it. >>> wet weather will stick around at least for the weekend. we are tracking the current storm and even more rain for holiday shoppers. look at you guys with your fancy-schmancy u-verse high speed internet. you know, in my day you couldn't just start streaming six ways to sunday. you'd get knocked off. and sometimes, it took a minute to download a song. that's sixty seconds, for crying out loud. we know how long a minute is! sitting, waiting for an album to download. i still have back problems. you're only 14 and a half. he doesn't have back problems. you kids have got it too good if you ask me. [ male announcer ] now u-verse high speed internet has more speed options, reliability and ways to connect. rethink
fowler, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> a christmas gift for convicted criminals tonight. governor jerry brown announced he's granting 79 pardons. the people granted pardons, completed their sentences, have been releaseed from custody for more than a decade and have not committed any further crimes. a governor's pardon restores some rights to a felon like serving on a jury and in some case it is right to own firearms. the pardon does not seal or erase a person's record. if you'd like to see the complete list of pardons, we posted it to ktvu.com under today's hot topics on the home page. >>> government and consumer groups have turned down a settlement offer from pg & e in the wake of the deadly san bruno explosion. the san francisco chronicle reports pg & e aufrd $550 million to pay for skate regulatory charges but the offer was rejected because the utility will not admit to safety breaches. such an admission would open the door to criminal charges. eight people die and had 38 homes were destroyed in the september, 2010, explosion. >>> and we have a success story to tell you about in the city o
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